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I live in Toronto and need some help finding parts for a 1990 750 Sport.

Trying to get it back to running condition. Thanks in advance.
 

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It would help to know what exactly you need. Many pieces on the Sport were common to other models.
Things that need replacing after 12 years of sitting. :)
ex. plugs, tires, chain, carb rebuild, brake lines, the rear brake reservoir, all the necessary fluids, oil/brake fluid.. etc...
 

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guessing you're new to bikes. very little of that is hard to find.

plugs - dealer probably the fastest
tires - any motorcycle shop
chain - same
carb rebuild - dealer or Mikuni American Corporation or Carburetor Parts Warehouse
brake lines - dealer or any aftermarket hose supplier
rear brake reservoir - dealer or ebay or Brembo Reservoirs or Bevel Heaven Products -* BREMBO master cylinders for Ducati singles and twins
all the necessary fluids, oil/brake fluid - :confused:

opinion - not vintage section material, more general Ducati or Super Sport section.
 

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If you have 16" wheels the tires will be a problem,17" can be adapted. What carb is on the bike? Weber? could be a problem.Many were converted to Mikunis or Dellortos. Kits/calipers are easy to get,brakeline upgrades too.
It may boil down to how much you love the bike and what you are willing to spend on it.
 

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If you have 16" wheels the tires will be a problem,17" can be adapted. What carb is on the bike? Weber? could be a problem.Many were converted to Mikunis or Dellortos. Kits/calipers are easy to get,brakeline upgrades too.
It may boil down to how much you love the bike and what you are willing to spend on it.
ya it's still got the 16" wheels... :( and the Weber carbs. :( it's completely stock with only 1000km.
 

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The 750 Sport was a bike Ducati built from the parts bin. Other than the fairings almost every part on the bike was sourced from another model of Ducati at the time. Your local dealer or an online dealer can help. Brake lines are super easy.

16" tires for the 750 Sport (130/60/16 and 160/60/16) as well as the Paso and the Ducati Laguna Seca (all shared the same rims) are being manufactured again by the GoldenTyre Company. They have a Canada office I spoke with a gentleman there (Mike) and he will be happy to arrange new tires for you and anyone else who needs them in Canada. Check there website for contact information.
 
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